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Boards of Canada — Aquarius

Boards of Canada are not from Canada. They’re brothers from Scotland who were inspired by Canadian public access television. They sample from those shows in some of their works.

I found out about BoC back in the early 2000′s and I love their Music has the Right to Children album. This is one of the better tracks from that LP. Not much in the way of lyrics outside of “Orange”, “Yeah, that’s right”, kids laughing and computerized sequential counting that goes random after a while. But with BoC, the lyrics are not very important. They’re masters at layering sounds and Aquarius is a great example. Check ‘em out. :)

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